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Trip Reviews for Los Angeles - Phoenix
User reviews from travelers who booked a bus ticket from Los Angeles to Phoenix
Ratings and Reviews (23)
I have no review as I have no experience as the bus didn't show up and left me stranded in LA at 1.15am with no accommodation.
Very nice driver, great ride
Idk what ride u talking about u guys stole my money and I didn’t get nothing bak nor another ticket u guys suck big balls
The bus was super late
Everything was pretty good: clean, charging stations at the station and onboard. Main drawback was that the bus was one and a half hours late leaving LA. The driver tried his best to make up the time but he was a bit too dictatorial
Bus was not good
Highly uncomfortable seat, worn off hand rest, noisy bus. The LA bus stand was crowded and badly managed.
The bus was delayed more then 3hrs, i had to find another way of transportation
Tufesa buses are very comfortable.I'm very impressed and I will be traveling in the future with Tufesa.
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Buen servicio, buen precio
Very nice trip timing was perfect peaceful ride
Greyhound is a terrible company that dosent care about passengers and there urgency to get where they are going. Very unpleased .
The seats are not comfortable at all!
Reasonable service at lower rates.
the lights were not on for part of the trip so I was not able to read. Suddenly the last 20 mins driver put on the lights.
In Los Angeles bus station Wifi was not working Very disappointed
The power outlets did not work on a six hour trip.
The seats were missing belts and moved around so it was hard to stay on them.
The seats were inconsistent - I had to move around on a couple to find one that was the right angle, etc (but it still sloped forward slightly). Thankfully I got on at the first stop so had a few to choose from. Also, I made the mistake of wearing a short-sleeve T-shirt and the air con was better than I thought. It was pretty cold on the bus (ironically about 95F outside). I also had a cold duct (presumably for the air con) running alongside my seat and window which I could not rest my arm because it was freezing. But the journey went smoothly and everyone was decent enough. Adrian
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Stations & Stops
For a bus leaving from Los Angeles, the trip starts at Downtown Greyhound Station, North Hollywood Greyhound Station, Downtown Tufesa Station, East LA I-5 & I-710, Huntington Park Tufesa Station, LAX Airport Holiday Inn, Downtown Westin Bonaventure, Union Station, Commerce Citadel Outlet or Downtown Main St & 1st St.
In Phoenix, your bus travel ends at Downtown Greyhound Station, N 27th Ave, Glendale Ave, PHX Airport Sky Train, 44 St Transit Ctr, Aloft Phoenix, Desert Ridge, North Phoenix, Phoenix, United States or W McDowell Rd.
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